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beforen mov in voluntee spent part of this
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saturday working to clean up congressio cemetery. active militar members pitched in with area residents to help clean up the cemetery which dates back to 1807 and was the final resting place of lawmakers. > anyone near reagan internatiol air may have caught a glimpse of a military style fighter jet like this one landed at the airport this afternoon. it is an unarmed prototype called scorpion and is being not go on display to the publice jet when it takes off on friday. >>y 14 minutes someone in the united takes his or her life. suicide prevention is one of the issues we are focusing on. wendy rieg and jim handly out of the darkness
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walk. the goal is to raise awareness. one woman whose son killed himself shared her story. >> the blame, shame and guilt of a parent or a sibling especially when it is a child for myself it's really a hard one. >> suicide is preventable and there is hope. depression is treatable. >> they raised more than $60,000 today. e next out of darkness walk will be held next saturday on the national mall. and to learn more about the stigma of mental illness we posted a list of resources on search for changing minds. a lot of people probably thinking tomorrow or over the next 24 hours is fall really going to come in? another worthy cause brought thousands of cyclists to
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kensington cancer survivors are on a ride to help find a cure for cancer. again, a lot of people out there riding their bikes today but a lot of people out there tomorrow trying to squeeze what they can out of the weekend. >> maybe you are just going about your own exercise routine tomorrow huge improvements. sunny skies. no rain. temperatur will be comfortable in the mid 70s for a high. high tempe tomor of 75 degrees. it will be a very chilly, chilly start on your sunday morning. overall a beautiful sunday to enjoy. as we look to the rest of the upcoming week minor rain chances only monday night into tuesday morning. d after that we are dry every single temperature on the seven r highs only in the 70s. certainly feeling like fall. no humidity to worry about. temperatur in the 60s and 70s across the area. 71 in washington.
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68 in camp springs. 64 for those of you in gaithersburg satee and radar loop showing clearing skies across the area. clouds during the night act as a blanket. clouds tonight so that means chilly conditions for tomorrow morning. he is the low tempetu in your neighborhood. washington a low of 66 degrees. fredrick 45. winchester 46. you going running early tomorrow morning or walking the dog definitely need a sweat shirt, something to keep you warm. after that cold start by 11:00 a. temperatures will be in the mid 60s. 3:00 having to get your groceries done make sure you know where you are in the stores so you are in and out quickly. it will be a nice afternoon. 3:00 temperature aro degrees. 7:00 p.m. pleasant with a temperate of 70. redskins having the first home game of the season with kickoff
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at 1 p.m. temperatures for the game will warm to about 74 by 4 p.m. if you are tailgating tomo nice weather for tailgating temperatur in the upper 60s. maybe a light jacket. 2:00 at the game temperatures around 72 degrees. monday 78 with mostly partly cloudy skies. there could be showers around during the morning hours on tuesday. that could slow the morning commute. r that they are out of here. skies turn partly sunny. beautiful ki have after school activiti this week weather not impacting them at all. wednesday sunny skies high tempe of 75. thursday and friday mostly sunny skies. more mid 7 next saturday and looking nice with plenty of sunshine and a high of 78. plenty of big plays from maryland. was it enough to take down.
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your home last year, maryland walloped es's the game, you stadium dis y what you expect when two rivals get together. quarterbk c.j. brown and the offense trying to keep pace with the mountaineers. early on, west virginia was up 14-3. thrown to white on the screen pass and white, the senior receiver does the rest. 44 yards to the end zone. 511 yards passing, four touc te not going away easy. brown, to diggs. no one around the junior. . 77 yard score.
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third quarter, third down and 8 now. brown off the fake. check this out. breaking tackles. stays on h brown the senior coming through. terps are he's back to punt and it's blocked e by west virginia. that is a the fourth quarter the special teams coming through for maryland t, he goes 69 yards for the touchdown. this tied a later on in the ball game, after trickette dro the mountais 65 yards down the field, josh wins a thriller ards out.
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over maryland, 40-37 is the final. the teh . >> we were down by a big de t fight as a group. we he some leaders on the team and we continue to push. no doubt in our mind the whole go our way today. g >> virginia tech off a huge win last week. hosting east carolina today. east carolina led 21-7 at halftime. hokies within seven. michael brewer, he'll hit cam phillips here in the end zone y we're tied at 21. under a minute left the pirates are driving. shane cardin to cam worthy across the middle. 224 yards receiving for worthy today. none more important than the catch and run.
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the cardinals, walks into the end zone. east carolina shock the mike london andg bobby petr lambert adds on to it. he won't be touched, ten fourth quarter, first and goal, will gardner to james quick for the score. that's a four yard touchdown. louisville takes the lead, 21-20. misal take a few plays later, ia is good. virginia beats louisvill
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doug williams at rfk stadium, howard hosting more house, first quarter, johnson, to lake mcguthrie for the s sec are up 14-9 at e up right now,. still in the fourth quarter. over to baseball now, the magic number for the nationals is eight. tonight the guys are back at it in new york agai doug fister and zach willard is your pitching match-up. that game gets underway after 7:00. derek jeter with one more trip to camden yards after today. he's retiring after this season. the yanks have men on the
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work 3-0. in the sixth inning, steve pierce trying to bring the birds back. gets ahold of the pitch. he still pulls it to left. 17th home run of the year. the rally though, it fell short for the orioles. the final score, the yankees take it, snapping a six >> all right. thanks, jason. i guess if you're headed out tonight, grab a sweater. absolutely. it will be chilly. lows inside of the beltway in the low 50s. 40s, you might hear the heat turninht
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in fairfax county we had to cut a lot of waste. we consolidated offices. started sharing printers. we can walk a few feet. replaced computers, but kept the monitors. they still work fine. we even discovered that the phone company overcharged us by three million dollars!
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i approve this message because congress doesn't need another right winger. they need someone who can balance a budget. oh, and we definitely didn't need so many government studies. from nbc news world headquarters in new york, this is "nbc nightly news" with lester holt. good evening everyone. just before coming on the air tonight we've received word that a british hostage has apparently been murdered execution style by his isis captors in another videotape beheading. the video surfaced on the internet late today showing what appears to be 44-year-old aid worker david hans leading a statement. it's not been published by british or american authorities. it appeared on the internet just
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day after his family issued a public plea to his captors. nbc's kristen welker is monitoring this new development and joins us from the white house. >> reporter: lester, nbc news has learned tonight of a videotape released by the official media wing of isis purportedly showing the beheading of british hostage david hanes, as you said, 44 been held captive since 2013 when it is believed he was taken from the turkish/syrian border. the white house has not commented. this comes hours after his family released a statement appealing to his captors. the statement reads in part, we are the family of david hanes. we have sent messages to you of which we have not received a reply. we are asking those holding david for response. isis is responsible for killing james foley and steven sotloff. the obama administration has embarked on what the white house spokesman is calling a war against isis. the u.s. has launched about 160 air strikes against isis targets
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in iraq and is expected syria will be next. the terrorist group is headquartered in that country. the administration has been working to build an international coalition to defeat the group. secretary kerry crisscrossing the middle east to get arab allies on board. it is unlikely they will commit their armies. president obama continues to insist no u.s. boots on the ground. this latest incident could heighten the international outrage over this group. lester. >> all right, kristen, thanks. for more on this breaking news let's turn to nbc's richard engel. he's on the ground in iraq tonight. richard, why would isis put out this awful video at a time when the u.s. is putting together a coalition to attack them? it almost seems like they're baiting the west here. >> reporter: well, i think the isis group has two objectives in this. one, this is a warning to arab nations to neighboring countries not to get involved, especially turkey. turkey has many of its diplomats who are being held hostage by
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isis. and it is a message to turkey saying if turkey joins this coalition, this is going to happen to its diplomats. bu there is also message to the united states to great britain egging on a fight while isis believes that it can survive american air strikes, that there is no real ground force to push isis away. and it believes that if american air strikes come, the group will gain a tremendous amount of prestige. remember just a few months ago this was a not very well-known group. it controlled some territory in syria. now it has become a popular terrorist franchise around the world. even eclipsing al qaeda. if you look online, a few years ago all the want-to-be terrorist groups, all the aspiring groups associated themselves with al qaeda. now all the franchises want to be just like isis. >> richard engel on the ground for us in iraq tonight. thanks. for more on how the administration plans to attack the threat of isis, let's bring
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in chuck todd, moderator of "meet the press." chuck, i know it's early, but this murder of david hanes doesn't make the president's job easier in trying to form this coalition to go after isis? >> certainly, look, it was the american beheadings that galvanized the country over the last ten days and why the country is essentially backing some sort of strikes against isis to take on isis. so as far as the political dynamics in washington, they've already been there, the public's there, congress is there. the question is -- and that's the -- what richard just brought up, so far secretary kerry has had a very hard time finding coalition members that will actually contribute combat troops. you cannot defeat isis in syria without combat troops. the u.s. does not want it to be theirs. and if you don't have turkey, if you don't have saudi arabia, if you don't have jordan committing to those combat troops, then you're not going to succeed against isis. i think that seems to be the big challenge for the administration
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even as the threat of isis clearly is now more and more public all the time. >> all right. chuck, thanks very much. i know you're working on your program. we'll have much more on this topic tomorrow morning on "meet the press". when we come back, tonight's other major news, a scandal, a when we come back, tonight's other major news, a scandal, a se ♪ [music] defiance is in our bones. defiance never grows old. citracal maximum. easily absorbed calcium plus d.
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scandal for the league after its admitted mishandling of the ray rice case. nbc's peter alexander has developments on both those fronts for us tonight. >> reporter: hailed as one of the best running backs in nfl history, adrian peterson turned himself in texas this morning charged with injury to a child, reckless and criminal neglect. he's accused of abusing his 4-year-old son by hitting him with a small wooden switch, a small tree branch. >> we take all allegations of abuse against children very seriously. >> reporter: in a statement peterson's attorney quickly downplayed the charge calling the 29-year-old a loving father, adding he used the same kind of discipline with his child as he experienced as a child in east texas. he never intended to harm his son and deeply regrets the unintentional injury. peterson posted $15,000 bond and was released. but his team, the minnesota vikings, benched him for tomorrow's game. his image still prominently displayed on the ticket.
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>> i would argue that there's no time in the history of the nfl where this information coming out would be worse for adrian peterson than this week. >> reporter: today, ray rice was welcomed back to the sidelines at a high school football game in new rochelle, new york, his alma mater. his arm wrapped around his wife. their 2-year-old daughter raven named for his former baltimore team in tow. >> ray, is there anything you want to say to your fans? >> huh? >> reporter: no comment. it's the couple's first public appearance since the tmz sports video showing rice hitting his then-fiancee valentine's day weekends. rice's former coach offered unwavering support. >> the mistake he made will be erased by the good deeds he will continue to do and because of the good deeds that he has done. new rochelle high school will always be ray rice's home. >> reporter: scrutiny of the nfl's handling of the domestic violence case has exploded. and the controversy isn't going away with the carolina panthers
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greg hardy expected to play tomorrow despite his conviction in july for assaulting and threatening to kill his girlfriend. >> some girl is getting her -- beat upstairs. and i heard it. and i seen it. he is beating her -- right now. so get here now. >> reporter: hardy's appealing the conviction. >> it was a mind blowingly terrible week for the nfl. and it had nothing to do with the football. >> reporter: 42 nfl players have been arrested for domestic violence in the last eight years. that's according to usa today. three quarters of them faced no disciplinary action, just a handful were cut by their teams. that is the backdrop for the nfl, lester, heading into another full slate of games tomorrow. >> peter alexander tonight, thanks. now to an update on the severe respiratory virus striking mainly children in more and more parts of the country, 16 states including some in the northeast are now investigating suspected cases of those the cdc confirmed the virus in six states. more than 1,000 kids have
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treat tonight. that's "nbc nightly news" for this saturday. i'm lester holt reporting from new york. i'll see you tomorrow morning on "today" and right back here tomorrow evening. good night. in fairfax county we had to cut a lot of waste. we consolidated offices. started sharing printers. we can walk a few feet. replaced computers, but kept the monitors. they still work fine. we even discovered that the phone company overcharged us by three million dollars! i approve this message because congress doesn't need another right winger. they need someone who can balance a budget. oh, and we definitely didn't need
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so many government studies. coming up tonight on the redskins coach's show the home opener for the skins tomorrow, jacksonville comes to town. the coach's thoughts on the eve of the game. chris cooley and the coach break it down. it's time for the redskins coaches show with jay grudin presented to you by aaa.


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